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Matilda's Bracelet

Dunmow, Essex (map) Dated: 1200 - 1216
Most people like getting presents, occasionally you may get a gift that you don't really like. However, one gift that nobody would have wanted was Matilda's bracelet!

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Name: #K-gurl 11th October 2017
Such a cute story! I loved the audio and animation! What ever happened to Robin Hood though?
Name: Chad Mckeown 11th October 2017
that story was the best story i heard
Name: Max 20th September 2017
excellent storyline. wonderful story but how did the bracelet kill Matilda if she had it touching her skin and not veins or anything, and how did the knight survive touching the bracelet
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